[Computational-biology] BioMed Central Update - New journal: BMC Systems Biology...

Johannes W. Dietrich j.w.dietrich.mt at medizinische-kybernetik.de
Tue Aug 22 11:56:00 EST 2006


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> We are pleased to announce the launch of <http://news.biomedcentral.com/t/1092164/1663388/97011/0/>BMC Systems Biology, a new journal               in BioMed Central's highly successful BMC series. A sister journal to <http://news.biomedcentral.com/t/1092164/1663388/53252/0/>BMC Bioinformatics                and <http://news.biomedcentral.com/t/1092164/1663388/319/0/>Genome Biology, which are well-established and respected in the field, BMC Systems Biology will provide              a new open access home for the burgeoning research in this area.
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> BMC Systems Biology is an open access journal publishing original peer-reviewed research articles describing systems-level analysis of biological events,                whether experimental or theoretical, at the level of molecules, cells or organisms. The journal especially welcomes quantitative analyses and those that integrate               different levels of information to understand how biological systems function or can be perturbed, as well articles involving the modelling or engineering           of biological systems, and synthetic biology.
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> BMC Systems Biology is now accepting submissions, and the Editors invite you to submit your next manuscript using              the <http://news.biomedcentral.com/t/1092164/1663388/97024/0/>online submission system.
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-- Dr. Johannes W. Dietrich
-- Medizinische Klinik I, Endokrinologie und Diabetologie
-- BG Kliniken Bergmannsheil, Klinikum der Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum
-- Buerkle-de-la-Camp-Plarz 1, D-44789 Bochum, Germany
-- Phone: +49:234:302-6401, Fax: +49:234:302-6403
-- WWW: http://medical-cybernetics.de and http://www.bergmannsheil.de/
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